Jaekyung Kim, PhD

Title(s)Postdoctoral Scholar, Neurology
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address35 Medical Center Way, #1038
San Francisco CA 94143
ORCID ORCID Icon0000-0002-8390-8801 Additional info
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    Title(s)UCSF Weill Institute for Neurosciences

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    Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, South KoreaPhD02/2017Neuroscience
    Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea02/2017Renaissance Program (special program for interdisciplinary research)
    Hanyang University, South KoreaBS02/2010Biomedical Engineering
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    Korean Life Scientists in the Bay Area (KOLIS)2021KOLIS Fellowship
    Ministry of Education South Korea2020Excellent research for NRF grant 2018R1A6A3A03013031
    Association of Korean Neuroscientists 2019Postdoctoral Fellow Award
    Dept. of Bio and Brain Engineering, KAIST2017Outstanding Ph.D. Dissertation
    Hanyang University2010Summa Cum Laude

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    The Role of Sleep for Motor Recovery Post Stroke
    NIH K99NS119737Sep 29, 2021 - Aug 31, 2023
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Enhanced sleep-dependent processing for motor recovery after stroke
    American Heart Association 831442Apr 1, 2021 - Sep 30, 2021
    Role: Principal Investigator
    Improved performance of brain-machine interface by spindle modulation
    National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF) 2018R1A6A3A03013031Sep 1, 2018 - Aug 31, 2019
    Role: Principal Investigator

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    1. Cortical-hippocampal coupling during manifold exploration in motor cortex. Nature. 2022 Dec 14. Kim J, Joshi A, Frank L, Ganguly K. PMID: 36517602.
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    2. Recovery of consolidation after sleep following stroke-interaction of slow waves, spindles, and GABA. Cell Rep. 2022 03 01; 38(9):110426. Kim J, Guo L, Hishinuma A, Lemke S, Ramanathan DS, Won SJ, Ganguly K. PMID: 35235787; PMCID: PMC9281513.
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    3. Automatic and Reliable Quantification of Tonic Dopamine Concentrations In Vivo Using a Novel Probabilistic Inference Method. ACS Omega. 2021 Mar 16; 6(10):6607-6613. Kim J, Barath AS, Rusheen AE, Rojas Cabrera JM, Price JB, Shin H, Goyal A, Yuen JW, Jondal DE, Blaha CD, Lee KH, Jang DP, Oh Y. PMID: 33748573; PMCID: PMC7970470.
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    4. Competing Roles of Slow Oscillations and Delta Waves in Memory Consolidation versus Forgetting. Cell. 2019 10 03; 179(2):514-526.e13. Kim J, Gulati T, Ganguly K. PMID: 31585085; PMCID: PMC6779327.
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    5. Comparison Study of Partial Least Squares Regression Analysis and Principal Component Analysis in Fast-Scan Cyclic Voltammetry. International Journal of Electrochemical Science. 2019; 14(7):5924-5937. Jaekyung Kim, Yoonbae Oh, Cheonho Park, Yu Min Kang, Hojin Shin, In Young Kim, and Dong Pyo Jang. View Publication.
    6. Fast Cyclic Square-Wave Voltammetry To Enhance Neurotransmitter Selectivity and Sensitivity. Anal Chem. 2018 11 20; 90(22):13348-13355. Park C, Oh Y, Shin H, Kim J, Kang Y, Sim J, Cho HU, Lee HK, Jung SJ, Blaha CD, Bennet KE, Heien ML, Lee KH, Kim IY, Jang DP. PMID: 30358389.
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    7. Tracking tonic dopamine levels in vivo using multiple cyclic square wave voltammetry. Biosens Bioelectron. 2018 Dec 15; 121:174-182. Oh Y, Heien ML, Park C, Kang YM, Kim J, Boschen SL, Shin H, Cho HU, Blaha CD, Bennet KE, Lee HK, Jung SJ, Kim IY, Lee KH, Jang DP. PMID: 30218925; PMCID: PMC6775780.
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    8. Theory of optimal balance predicts and explains the amplitude and decay time of synaptic inhibition. Nat Commun. 2017 03 10; 8:14566. Kim JK, Fiorillo CD. PMID: 28281523; PMCID: PMC5353699.
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    9. The meaning of spikes from the neuron's point of view: predictive homeostasis generates the appearance of randomness. Front Comput Neurosci. 2014; 8:49. Fiorillo CD, Kim JK, Hong SZ. PMID: 24808854; PMCID: PMC4010728.
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